Laal Singh Chaddha is so bad that people are liking the review of ‘Deshdrohi’ actor KRK

Laal Singh Chaddha : The 1994 Hollywood picture “Forrest Gump,” which is Aamir Khan’s official remake, premieres to empty theatres and unfavourable reviews, but the audience is entranced by actor Kamal R. Khan’s quite unique “critical review” of “Laal Singh Chaddha” (KRK).

The “Deshdrohi” actor posted a 13-minute critique of the Aamir Khan-starrer on YouTube on Friday, August 12. More than 1,391,951 people have seen and liked the video as of the time of writing.

Laal Singh Chaddha is so bad

KRK claimed in his review that Aamir Khan dragged the film out like chewing gum. The extra 15 minutes were specifically included in the movie to highlight how amazing the Pakistani people are, KRK continued.

The “Deshdrodhi” actor questioned, “Why did you feel the need to dress yourself as a Sikh if you wanted to play the role of a mentally unstable man?” Would you like to suggest that all Sikhs are mentally ill?

KRK criticised Aamir Khan for using illogical arguments throughout the film “Laal Singh Chaddha,” saying “You should have given this movie more thought before writing it.” KRK questioned even the images of a Pakistani soldier being saved, getting medical care, and continuing to live in India without being checked out or looked into.

Additionally, he emphasised how an elderly cast ruined their own film by pretending to be young actors. “Screenplay is poor and disorganised. It appears that Aamir sought to include every significant Indian event in a single film, KRK said.

Netizens commend KRK for his insightful analysis of Laal Singh Chaddha.

Social media users praised KRK’s review and pushed him to keep criticising the Hindi film industry. “KRK single-handedly outperformed Bollywood…” Congratulations, “Harsh Vardhan Singh wrote.”

A 13-minute show is preferable to a movie. Another user noted: “KRK, the Legendary Storyteller.”

Laal Singh Chaddha is so bad that people

I can’t stop laughing, “Biren said.” “That’s extremely hilarious.” “KRK Bhai, your review is better than the whole movie,” another person remarked.

One Ajay Managaon remarked, “KRK Sir creates more suspense for his followers than a Bollywood movie.” He tweets in the morning but won’t review. And then, all of a sudden, he bombs.

“I strongly believe KRK was the first person who started boycotting Laal Singh Chaddha,” said another commenter.

The “highly anticipated” film starring Aamir Khan has flopped in theatres due to underwhelming reviews. Even on a holiday weekend, the movie debuted to empty theatres, and Aamir’s performance has drawn criticism.

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